Albert Einstein is the most influential physicist of the 20th century, and just might be the most famous scientist to have ever lived. He was only 26 when in 1905, he had four separate papers published, electrifying the field of physics and rocketing him to global renown. Among them were his ground-breaking special theory of relativity, as well as his famous equation, E = mc², which asserted that matter could be turned into energy. Not since Isaac Newton had one man so drastically altered our understanding of how the universe works. Albert Einstein was many things in his time; famous theoretical physicist, developer of the theory of relativity, father of modern physics. His name today is synonymous with creativity and genius, a man who was able to describe the workings of reality better than anyone since Isaac Newton. There is hardly anyone alive today who hasn’t heard the name Albert Einstein and who has not been impacted in one way or the other by the genius’s words of wisdom. Because of his intense brilliance and ability to grasp sublime understandings that others didn’t, he was often called on to offer his opinions on many topics that went beyond the realm of science and physics.